By E. Crompton (Auth.)
This booklet covers all features of the research of seawater together with the main complicated actual innovations. Sampling, the selection of anions, disolved gases, atomic absorption, tracking radioactive degrees, non-metallic compounds are all mentioned in flip
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Hampson  used ultraviolet photon activation energy of appropriate frequency and a ferrocyanide catalyst to activate selectively the reaction between ammonia, phenol and sodium hypochlorite. 5 since urea may break down at a pH over 11 and at a low temperature of 30 ± 1°C to avoid alkaline hydrolysis of amino acids to ammonia, a process known to occur extensively at higher temperatures . All conditions, including photon flux and ionic activities, are precisely controlled to give stability and reproductibility in a kinetic system.
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In the case of estuarine waters, however, new problems present themselves. This is because the chloride content of such waters can vary over a very wide range from almost nil in rivers entering the estuary to about 18gl - 1 in the edges of the estuary where the water is virtually pure seawater. Particularly in auto-analyser methods of analysis this wide variation in chloride content of the sample can lead to serious 'salt errors' and, indeed, in the extreme case, can lead to negative peaks in samples that are known to contain ammonia.
Analysis of Seawater by E. Crompton (Auth.)